Aragorn's sword, also called the Flame of the West, reforged by the Elves of Rivendell from the shards of Elendil's sword Narsil.
A plant, also known as Kingsfoil, whose leaves have healing properties.
A demon re-awakened from ancient times by the Dwarves mining in Moria.
Wraith-like evil spirits sent to dwell in the Barrow Downs by the Witch King of Angmar.
Among the most feared servants of the dark lord these mighty, fire-breathing, reptilian creatures are often winged.
The name given to the men of Numenor and their descendants in Middle-Earth. It means Men of the West.
A short, typically around four foot, stout, bearded being prone to mining and metallurgy.
A star shaped flower of golden hue. The name means sun-star.
High King of Arnor and Gondor, father of Isildur. He led an army of men in the Last Alliance of Men and Elves against Sauron at the end of the Second Age. He was killed in the battle.
An immortal, tall, slender, often magical and usually beautiful being with pointed ears.
Sauron. The Great Enemy refers to Morgoth
The one. God. The creator of all things, also called Iluvatar.
1) sinister, evil. 2) upland pasture, field or moor. 3) hill or mountain
Colloquial term for 'boss' or 'old man'
The grey wizard. Member of the White Council.
High King of the Noldorin Elves. Led an army of elves in the Last Alliance of Men and Elves against Sauron at the end of the Second Age
Gandalf's sword. An Elven blade forged in the First Age that was found by Gandalf in a Troll's cave.
A pitiful creature, enslaved and twisted by the power of the ring, who was once the hobbit Smeagol.
Great Enemy (the)
Morgoth, an evil Vala (spirit/angel) who tried to corrupt Middle-earth and stole the Silmarils from Valinor. Defeated at the end of the First Age. Sauron is his servant.
The Lord of the Eagles in Middle-Earth, his name means "wind lord".
The handle of a sword
A strong, grey, silky material used by the Elves of Lothlorien to make rope. This rope was very light, flexible and robust.
A halfling or one of the small folk, typically around three foot tall, often portly, with pointy ears and hairy toes.
The man who defeated at the end of the Second Age by cutting the Ring from his finger. Died soon after.
A magical substance made by the Elves from mithril, it can only be seen by the light of the moon and stars, and speaking a magic word.
The Elvish name for the golden-leaved trees of Lorien, commonly called Mallorns.
A clear and colourless Elven drink that restores strength and vigour.
The most precious of metals. Mithril is very light, shines like silver when polished and is stronger than steel.
Elendil's sword that was broken, the hilt shard was used by his heir Isildur to cut the ring from Sauron.
A pale flower that grows among the golden trees of Lothlorien.
Ugly, filthy humanoid creatures of an evil nature.
Mount Doom, the Fiery Mountain. This is where the Ring was forged and where it must be destroyed
Saruman's tower in Isengard.
A tobacco like plant usually smoked in pipes. Many varieties were produced in The Shire such as Old Toby or Longbottom Leaf.
The brown wizard. Member of the White Council.
Once kings of men now deathless slaves to the will of Sauron.
A system of writing based on angular shapes that could easily be carved into wood or stone.
The white wizard. Head of the White Council.
The dark lord, maker of the one ring.
Three jewels made by the elf Feanor, which captured some of the light of the Two Trees lighting Valinor.
Frodo's sword, given to him by Bilbo, who found it in a Troll's cave. It is an Elven dagger forged in the First Age.
Large, lumbering wicked creatures of poor intellect that turn to stone in sunlight.
A ferocious and intelligent race of wolves from the North of Middle-Earth.
The Sindarin word for orcs (see above).